We had a delicious lunch in great surroundings with a warm inviting fire. The cauliflour soup was exceptionally good. The fish and chips were crunchy and had great flavour although the mushy peas were a little too mushy and more like a puree. The wine was crisp and fresh.
The staff were friendly and welcoming. The service was quick but we did not feel rushed.
The pub has been beautifully decorated.
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